Common chord progressions are important to study if we want to learn songs faster, remember them longer, and write our own progressions with ease. This is part 2 of a 4-part series.
Weekly Lesson #78
Lesson Content Outline With Timestamp Links:
0:00 - Guitar playing intro
0:07 - About the lesson & channel
0:44 - Free Chord Chart: Chords with Color
1:02 - Continuation of lesson introduction
1:36 - Chord progression: I - IV - V - IV
3:25 - Chord progression: I - IV - I - V - IV - I (V)
4:52 - Chord progression: ii - V - I
7:17 - Chord progression: i - iv - V7
9:21 - Chord progression: i - bVII - bVI- bVII
11:20 - Chord progression: ii - IV - I
11:58 - Conclusion, outro, & Free PDF
Videos & Links Mentioned In This Video:
Related Lessons Playlists:
- Music Theory Playlist
- Songwriting / Composing Playlist
- Chords Playlist
- Song Learning Playlist
- Common Chord Progression Playlist
This week's video lesson is the second of a four-lesson mini-series about the most common chord progressions.
When learning how to play common chord progressions in any key:
- you're practicing thousands (if not millions) of songs at once,
- you're helping your ear get used to common sounds so you can recognize them when they come up in songs,
- and you're internalizing the music theory of how chord progressions work together.
I hope you enjoyed this lesson and found it beneficial. Let me know what you thought in the comments. Thanks! :)
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